October 22, 2014
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - A state senator who is the subject of a federal investigation says the past week has been "very stressful" but promises to keep working.
Democratic Sen. Ron Calderon says he intends to do the job he was elected to do despite having his offices searched by the FBI last week.
He returned to the Capitol on Monday, his first visit to the building since Tuesday's raid. He took no questions after making a brief statement outside the Senate chambers.
He was a no-show last week with an unexcused absence after FBI agents carted boxes from his offices following a six-hour search.
An attorney for his brother, former Assemblyman Tom Calderon, says the FBI also has tried to contact his client. Both attorneys say their clients have done nothing wrong
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